Did you know there's been a Jewish
community in DC since before the Civil War? And a large chunk of it was in Chinatown!
The Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington is taking EntryPointDC on a walking tour of DC's old Jewish community. Our journey will include four former synagogues and will take us through Jewish life and worship of the 19th and 20th
As this is a walking tour, space is extremely limited; we only have 15 spots and will not be able to give refunds.
We will meet at:
The Lillian and Albert Small Museum
701 3rd St NW (intersection of 3rd St & G St)
Closest Metro: Judiciary Square, Chinatown/Gallery Place is not far either
Make sure you wear good walking shoes!
The tour will start promptly at 1:00pm, so plan to arrive a few minutes early! It will last about an hour and a half.
Cost:$20 in advance
$25 at the start of the tour IF space is available, cash only